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Before the Secretary of Commerce announced the new target Census data of Oct. 5, the NALEO Education Fund worked hard to raise awareness to get people in Kern counted by the former Sept.
Hard-to-count communities in Bakersfield have low response rates with less than one month to respond to 2020 Census
The latest Census data shows a number of areas in metro Bakersfield have response rates of less than 50 percent.
Voting has always been and still is a very important right — a right that some groups have fought for for decades.
La Oficina del Censo de EE. UU. ha comenzado a dar seguimiento esta semana a los hogares de California que no han respondido al Censo 2020, que es la etapa final del recuento poblacional de todas las personas que viven en Estados Unidos.
The U.S. Census Bureau has begun following up this week with households in California that have not responded to the 2020 Census, which is the final stage of conducting the once-a-decade population count of everyone living in the United States.
Kern County school districts are currently making decisions on how they are reopening in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
The U.S. Census Bureau is looking to hire 700 workers for temporary jobs available in Kern County for the 2020 Census and is accepting applications online.
Why are we rioting?
Why are we turning to violence?
How DARE we fight fire with fire?
Peoples Budget Bako, a grassroots coalition that advocates for defunding local law enforcement and reallocating funds to other community resources, is calling for the community to participate in tomorrow’s Bakersfield City council meeting.
In light of recent events and the Black Lives Matter Movement sweeping the nation, Ardath Downey has found herself torn.